A collection of essays, dialogues, and texts surrounding Gregg Bordowitz's films "Fast Trip, Long Drop" and "Habit;" and his exhibition "Drive," about the continuing AIDS crisis, held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, April 6-July 7, 2002.
Contributing artists & writers include: Douglas Crimp, Bill Horrigan, Yvonne Rainer, Michael Rooks, Kendall Thomas, and Lynne Tillman.
From American skin / Lynne Tillman
Gregg Bordowitz: Take a ride in my car / Michael Rooks
What the world needs now / Gregg Bordowitz
One-way street. The second / Bill Horrigan
A noun and a verb / Douglas Crimp and Gregg Bordowitz
De-moralizing representations of AIDS / Douglas Crimp
Fragments of a conversation / Gregg Bordowitz and Yvonne Rainer
AIDS, race and the future of sexual democracy / Kendall Thomas
The effort to survive AIDS considered from the point of view of a race-car driver / Gregg Bordowitz